An Alberta city council is now making a change to a land-use bylaw that has prevented native eating places from serving alcohol for greater than 100 years.
Raymond, Alta., a neighborhood of about 4,000 individuals situated roughly half-hour south of Lethbridge, will quickly be asking residents about their opinion on whether or not or not liquor gross sales needs to be allowed.
As a consequence of latest modifications to provincial laws, council believes it’ll quickly obtain functions from eating places to permit them to supply liquor gross sales.
The change would require an modification to Raymond’s land-use bylaw, so the neighborhood determined to interact with residents over a seven-week interval.
events are inspired to register using a link provided by council that enables them to entry background data and share their ideas, the city stated.
Registrants can even have the ability to full an internet survey that opens on March 24 and closes on April 7. Public engagement occasions are additionally anticipated to be held subsequent month.
“Please be suggested that Let’s Discuss Raymond is the one on-line public engagement platform that Council can be utilizing to assist it with the decision-making course of,” the city wrote in an announcement on its web site.
“Written letters could also be despatched to the city workplace; emails could also be despatched to council at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
The close by city of Cardston held a plebiscite on the difficulty in 2014, on the identical time it requested about together with fluoride in ingesting water and permitting yard henhouses.
The neighborhood overwhelmingly rejected the concept – 1,089 in opposition to and 347 in favour of the change.
(With information from The Canadian Press)